If you want the power to put planes in the air, our Aviation Maintenance Management Associate in Science (A.S.)
degree program will be a perfect fit. Certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), this program provides a comprehensive hands-on education to fully prepare you for Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certification. If you already hold an A&P certificate, you can use it for college credit and then complete general education and professional elective courses to earn your degree. Upon completion of our program you will be ready to supervise the maintenance and repair of aircraft to make sure it’s in top shape and set for flight.
The A.S. in Aviation Maintenance Management degree program offers a real-world education in aircraft, powerplants and an option for more in-depth training in the area of avionics. You will receive thorough instruction on the subjects of FAA regulations, blueprint reading, basic electricity, airframe systems and powerplant systems.
If you have a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic certification, it will articulate into this A.S. degree as 60 transfer credits. With an additional 23 hours of academic courses, students will earn the A.S. degree. The Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) courses will prepare you with the foundational knowledge and skills needed to successfully pass the FAA certification exams to earn the FAA Mechanic industry certification. This certification is key to starting a great career as an Aviation Maintenance Technician. This degree gives graduates a competitive advantage for promotion as a lead or a supervisor. The avionics courses enhance students’ skills in preparation for the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) exams and the Aviation Electronic Technician Certification.
Drug screen report through Medical Express Corp. (904) 421-3462 - $26
Local background check through a local Sheriff’s Office of the student’s county of residence - $5
Tools, depending on source - $700 - $1,500
Information Sessions are held the second Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. at FSCJ Cecil Center. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org